“Game of Thrones,” HBO’s lavish fantasy series boasting television’s biggest cast, is coming to the megaplex’s biggest screen when two episodes and a new trailer screen in IMAX.

For one week beginning Jan. 23, fans can see Arya Stark, Daenerys Targaryen and the Battle of Castle Black on the big screen, with select IMAX theaters showing Season 4’s final two episodes — “The Watchers on the Wall” and “The Children” — as well as a trailer for Season 5.

The episodes will be digitally remastered into IMAX format. The event marks the first time a TV network has featured programming in IMAX theaters, according to IMAX, which has yet to release a list of participating theaters.

“We couldn’t think of a series more fitting than Game of Thrones to be the first presented in IMAX,” said Greg Foster, CEO of IMAX Entertainment, in a news release. “The scope and production quality of the show is quite remarkable … It has the action, storyline and epic nature that our fans seek in IMAX.”

The sprawling series, based on the “A Song of Ice and Fire” books by George R. R. Martin, is expected to return in April.

Source: LA Times




Game of Thrones has “won” again. HBO’s fantasy hit was named the most illegally downloaded series of 2014.

According to piracy-tracking site TorrentFreak, episodes from the show’s fourth season were downloaded 8.1 million times, making it the third year in a row Thrones has taken the annual top spot. In terms of illicit downloads, Thrones even easily beat AMC’s The Walking Dead (4.8 million) and CBS’ The Big Bang Theory (3.9 million) — two big hits that outperform Thrones in the traditional Nielsen ratings. (Thrones averages about 19 million viewers across HBO airings and platforms, making it the cable network’s most popular show of all time.)

Why does Thrones consistently lead among pirated shows? We can only speculate based on comments from readers and HBO insiders, but there appear to be several factors at play: HBO is a relatively pricey subscription service, one that you can only currently watch online if you also have a traditional cable subscription. For overseas fans, Thrones episodes are often delayed by a day or more—which can be unacceptable for those who are worried about seeing spoilers online in the intensely serialized and oft-shocking show. Plus, the sweeping story based on George R.R. Martin’s novels has worldwide appeal with an international cast.

TV piracy has continued to rise in recent years, while traditional outlets are exploring more progressive streaming models. In 2015, HBO plans to debut a stand-alone streaming service that allows fans to watch its current programming without a cable subscription for the first time. (Showtime has a similar service in the works as well.) Unconfirmed reports have suggested HBO’s service will debut in time for Thrones‘ fifth season, which recently wrapped production and is expected to premiere this spring (in very late March or early April, if other seasons are any indication).

HBO did not reply for a request for comment on the ranking, but previously the network’s executives have made statements ranging from noting that “piracy is a compliment” of sorts, to condemning the practice.

Some fans who pirate Thrones have said if the series was available online without a cable subscription, they would gladly pay to watch. Soon we’ll get a sense if that’s actually true.

Most pirated shows of 2014:

1. Game of Thrones (8,100,000 downloads)

2. The Walking Dead (4,800,000)

3. The Big Bang Theory (3,900,000)

4. How I Met Your Mother (3,500,000)

5. Gotham (3,200,000)

6. Arrow (2,900,000)

7. Grey’s Anatomy (2,800,000)

8. Vikings (2,700,000)

9. Suits (2,500,000)

10. South Park (2,400,000)

Source: Entertainment Weekly




Emilia is currently featured on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly promoting her new upcoming film Terminator: Genisys. Check out the scans and read the article. The cast for this film is awesome and I am personally so excited to see this film!

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Hello! I’m Miss Faith and I am the new coweb here at Emilia Clarke Central. I want to thank the awesome Victoria for allowing me to help her out on this site! Expect lots of updates in the coming weeks including thousands of new photos and revised/new content. In the meantime, I thought I would post a little something to hold Game of Thrones fans on the shows off time.

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MGM is negotiating with Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin to star in the Thea Sharrock-directed Me Before You, the adaptation of the Jojo Moyes best-selling novel. Karen Rosenfelt is producing Sharrock’s feature debut. MGM is partnered with New Line and Warner Bros, which has dated the movie for August, 2015 release.

Clarke, whose breakout came playing the mother of dragons Daenerys Targaryen in HBO’s Game Of Thrones, is playing Sarah Conner in Terminator: Genisys, and she is also going to star with Nicholas Hoult in Go Down Together, the Michael Suscy-directed revisionist take on Depression Era outlaws Bonnie and Clyde. Though a newcomer, Claflin’s track record is pretty remarkable: the final three The Hunger Games films, Snow White and The Huntsman and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.

There was a lot of competition between young actors for this male lead, and he beat out a lot of actors to get it.

Me Before You tells the story of Lou, a small-town girl caught between dead-end jobs, and Will, a success all his life who finds himself wheelchair-bound after an accident. He finds no reason to live until they meet when he hires her as his caretaker for six months, and she becomes determined to prove to him life is worth living. They head for a series of adventures together, which changes each of them. The author wrote the first draft of the script, and (500) Years Of Summer scribes Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber did the most recent draft.

Sharrock is an acclaimed director of TV and stage. The TV credits include Sam Mendes’ BBC miniseries The Hollow Crown with Tom Hiddleston and the BBC series Call The Midwife, and the stage work includes Daniel Radcliffe’s 2008 Broadway debut Equus, The Sunshine Boys with Danny DeVito, the revival of The Misanthrope with Keira Knightley and Damien Lewis, and the Olivier Award-winning revival After The Dance. She’ll next direct Kevin Spacey as Clarence Darrow in the Old Vic production of Darrow. At 21, she became the youngest artistic director in the UK at London’s Southwark Playhouse.

Clarke and Claflin are repped by CAA, and Clarkes also by Emptage Hallett and Claflin by Independent Talent Group.

Source: Deadline




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